40 Hours – £45,000 annuallyMilton Court CareHome, located inMilton Keynes,are currently recruiting for aSenior Nurse Managerto provide support to the Home Manager by coaching and guiding care teams on shift and providing a safe, caring, stimulating and homely environment for residents and their visitors.As a Senior Nurse Manager, you will be reporting directly to the Home Manager and be responsible for 2 different nursing communities on shift. You will have a passion for the delivery of clinical excellence to ensure high quality care to residents who need it and continuous support to our staff.It is essential for this position that you hold a current NMC pin.The key responsibilities of our Registered Nurses include: – Maintaining high standards of care by undertaking accurate assessment and planning of care, delivery and ongoing evaluation of care plans, together with appropriate hand-over, to ensure all residents’ needs are continuously met. – Responsible for the effective deployment and supervision of staff within the care team, ensuring all tasks are completed during the period of duty and residents receive required care. – Undertake nursing tasks including but not limited to, distribution of medication, dressings, catheterisation, tube feeding and management of chronic medical conditions. – Provide staff support, demonstration and instruction of care activities, particularly in relation to the induction and mentoring of new staff. – Liaise with health and social care professionals involved in the wellbeing of individual residents to maintain a holistic approach to their care. – Provide advice to families of residents and GP’s of any changes in condition, which gives rise to concern and keeps them informed and involved in choices for ongoing care. – Develop and maintain positive working relationships with all residents, families, visitors and colleagues.To join us a Senior Nurse Manager, it is essential that you are a Registered Nurse with current NMC registration with 2 years’ experience and evidence of up to date training. You will have the super-human characteristics of being efficient whilst always putting people first, showing kindness and still have energy to love life and make it meaningful for yourself and those in your care.You love working as part of a team and being supportive to your colleagues as well as your residents and their families. Most importantly, you’ll feel proud to work in the care sector. We are so proud of our teams, and we will help you feel proud of the work you do too by sharing successes and welcoming you into our #OneFamily.We will support you through your career in care through personal development by reflective practice, self-directed learning and competency development.Our ambition is simple. Together, by demonstrating our caring natures, supporting each other and being proud of what we do, we aim to create smiles every day.Our structure at Avery Healthcare is unique to other care settings. There is no big hierarchy or difficulties in speaking to management. You will find the Avery business leaders in the homes at the forefront of care, and fully accessible at all times. We truly are proud of who we are, and we act as #OneFamily. If you’d like a career in care and would like to be an important part of our #OneFamily, apply today.This Post will RequireEnhanced DBS Disclosure check, the cost of which will be met by Avery Healthcare.
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